@ Union University
Preceptor Training Workshop - The Mentoring Model
In its simplest form the mentoring model can be the mentor enabling their mentee to figure out where they are going, where they want to be, how they will get there and how they are progressing. Mentoring that takes place between individuals can be given different labels depending of the extent of the formality of relationship and the difference in status of the people participating in the relationship. For example, Peer mentoring is a type of mentoring relationship where colleagues or staff at similar stages in their careers support each other either individually or in groups.
Below are some benefits mentors have identified. Which ones do you think apply to you?